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Meet John Stuart Lee:The Man Who Owns Lee Funeral Home With The Charges.

The Lee Funeral Home is one of the few British funeral homes in Kenya that British citizens trust to prepare their loved ones for their final rites.

According to the British High Commission in Nairobi, the top funeral homes are two in Mombasa and one in Nairobi.

According to the Commission, The Lee Funeral is recommended because the company employs English-speaking personnel.Not only for the British, but for anyone in need of assistance during a time of mourning.

The Lee Funeral Home was founded in 1987 by John Stuart Lee, the company's founder and CEO.In the interview, Lee claims to have been born, raised, and educated in Nairobi.

While working for the police, he was assigned to work in a hospital in Cambridge, where he learned about funeral homes.

Charles Njonjo, a man with a taste for the finer things in life, especially British culture, was instrumental in the establishment of the Lee Funeral Home.

Lee Funeral Home, East Africa's first funeral home, has expanded as the demand for its services has grown.

Within Nairobi, the funeral home will charge you between Sh5,000 and Sh3,000 per day to collect and store the body.Coffins cost between Sh35,000 and Sh130,000 at the funeral home.

Body handling costs Sh5,000, which includes washing and dressing, while transport within Nairobi in a Jaguar hearse costs at least Sh130,000.

The man in charge of the Lee Funeral Home, on the other hand, sees his mission as providing a live funeral home to the bereaved, providing first-class quality care, and caring for the departed until cremation or interment.

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